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Demonstrative Adjectives

English Grammar:  Articles  -Definite Article -Indefinite Article -Zero Article Adjectives –Personal pronouns, possessive adjectives and pronouns -Demonstrative Adjectives –Some and Any, No -How to use adjectives in a sentence -Comparative and superlative adjectives -The order of adjectives Adverbs -Example of adverbs – Much and Many -Adverbs of quantity:, a lot, Very, Few -Too much, too many, too few, too little Prepositions -Preposition of place -Between  and Among -Preposition of time -Prepositions after verbs and nouns Pronouns -Interrogative Pronouns -Personal Pronouns -Possessive Pronouns -Demonstrative Pronouns Relative Pronouns -Relative pronouns Saxon Genitive -Saxon Genitive Nouns -Plural of nouns -Countable – Uncountable Nouns Basic Question Forms -Questions – The 5 W : Who, When, Why, What and Where Conjunctions -If, If and whether clause False Friends -Similar words in other languages with different meaning in English Verbs -English Verbs -Regular Verbs and Irregular Verbs -To Be -To Have -Simple Present -Present continuous -To like, To Dislike -Can and Cannot – Verbs ending in -ing -Infinitive -There is and There are -Present continuous -Simple Past -Used + Infinitive -Present Perfect -Present Perfect Continuous -Past Perfect -Past Perfect Continuous -Future -Future continuous -Future Perfect (continuous) -Will and Be going to -Imperative -Conditional -The future seen from the past -Modal Verbs -Can, Could -Be able to, allowed to -May and Might : possibility -Must and Have (got) to -Need (not), don’t need to, don’t have...

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Personal Pronouns, Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns

English Grammar:  Articles  -Definite Article -Indefinite Article -Zero Article Adjectives –Personal pronouns, possessive adjectives and pronouns -Demonstrative Adjectives –Some and Any, No -How to use adjectives in a sentence -Comparative and superlative adjectives -The order of adjectives Adverbs -Example of adverbs – Much and Many -Adverbs of quantity:, a lot, Very, Few -Too much, too many, too few, too little Prepositions -Preposition of place -Between  and Among -Preposition of time -Prepositions after verbs and nouns Pronouns -Interrogative Pronouns -Personal Pronouns -Possessive Pronouns -Demonstrative Pronouns Relative Pronouns -Relative pronouns Saxon Genitive -Saxon Genitive Nouns -Plural of nouns -Countable – Uncountable Nouns Basic Question Forms -Questions – The 5 W : Who, When, Why, What and Where Conjunctions -If, If and whether clause False Friends -Similar words in other languages with different meaning in English Verbs -English Verbs -Regular Verbs and Irregular Verbs -To Be -To Have -Simple Present -Present continuous -To like, To Dislike -Can and Cannot – Verbs ending in -ing -Infinitive -There is and There are -Present continuous -Simple Past -Used + Infinitive -Present Perfect -Present Perfect Continuous -Past Perfect -Past Perfect Continuous -Future -Future continuous -Future Perfect (continuous) -Will and Be going to -Imperative -Conditional -The future seen from the past -Modal Verbs -Can, Could -Be able to, allowed to -May and Might : possibility -Must and Have (got) to -Need (not), don’t need to, don’t have...

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Zero Article

English Grammar:  Articles  -Definite Article -Indefinite Article -Zero Article Adjectives –Personal pronouns, possessive adjectives and pronouns -Demonstrative Adjectives –Some and Any, No -How to use adjectives in a sentence -Comparative and superlative adjectives -The order of adjectives Adverbs -Example of adverbs – Much and Many -Adverbs of quantity:, a lot, Very, Few -Too much, too many, too few, too little Prepositions -Preposition of place -Between  and Among -Preposition of time -Prepositions after verbs and nouns Pronouns -Interrogative Pronouns -Personal Pronouns -Possessive Pronouns -Demonstrative Pronouns Relative Pronouns -Relative pronouns Saxon Genitive -Saxon Genitive Nouns -Plural of nouns -Countable – Uncountable Nouns Basic Question Forms -Questions – The 5 W : Who, When, Why, What and Where Conjunctions -If, If and whether clause False Friends -Similar words in other languages with different meaning in English Verbs -English Verbs -Regular Verbs and Irregular Verbs -To Be -To Have -Simple Present -Present continuous -To like, To Dislike -Can and Cannot – Verbs ending in -ing -Infinitive -There is and There are -Present continuous -Simple Past -Used + Infinitive -Present Perfect -Present Perfect Continuous -Past Perfect -Past Perfect Continuous -Future -Future continuous -Future Perfect (continuous) -Will and Be going to -Imperative -Conditional -The future seen from the past -Modal Verbs -Can, Could -Be able to, allowed to -May and Might : possibility -Must and Have (got) to -Need (not), don’t need to, don’t have...

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Indefinite Article

English Grammar:  Articles  -Definite Article -Indefinite Article -Zero Article Adjectives –Personal pronouns, possessive adjectives and pronouns -Demonstrative Adjectives –Some and Any, No -How to use adjectives in a sentence -Comparative and superlative adjectives -The order of adjectives Adverbs -Example of adverbs – Much and Many -Adverbs of quantity:, a lot, Very, Few -Too much, too many, too few, too little Prepositions -Preposition of place -Between  and Among -Preposition of time -Prepositions after verbs and nouns Pronouns -Interrogative Pronouns -Personal Pronouns -Possessive Pronouns -Demonstrative Pronouns Relative Pronouns -Relative pronouns Saxon Genitive -Saxon Genitive Nouns -Plural of nouns -Countable – Uncountable Nouns Basic Question Forms -Questions – The 5 W : Who, When, Why, What and Where Conjunctions -If, If and whether clause False Friends -Similar words in other languages with different meaning in English Verbs -English Verbs -Regular Verbs and Irregular Verbs -To Be -To Have -Simple Present -Present continuous -To like, To Dislike -Can and Cannot – Verbs ending in -ing -Infinitive -There is and There are -Present continuous -Simple Past -Used + Infinitive -Present Perfect -Present Perfect Continuous -Past Perfect -Past Perfect Continuous -Future -Future continuous -Future Perfect (continuous) -Will and Be going to -Imperative -Conditional -The future seen from the past -Modal Verbs -Can, Could -Be able to, allowed to -May and Might : possibility -Must and Have (got) to -Need (not), don’t need to, don’t have...

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Definite Article

English Grammar:  Articles  -Definite Article -Indefinite Article -Zero Article Adjectives –Personal pronouns, possessive adjectives and pronouns –Demonstrative Adjectives –Some and Any, No -How to use adjectives in a sentence -Comparative and superlative adjectives -The order of adjectives Adverbs -Example of adverbs – Much and Many -Adverbs of quantity:, a lot, Very, Few -Too much, too many, too few, too little Prepositions -Preposition of place -Between  and Among -Preposition of time -Prepositions after verbs and nouns Pronouns -Interrogative Pronouns -Personal Pronouns -Possessive Pronouns -Demonstrative Pronouns Relative Pronouns -Relative pronouns Saxon Genitive -Saxon Genitive Nouns -Plural of nouns -Countable – Uncountable Nouns Basic Question Forms -Questions – The 5 W : Who, When, Why, What and Where Conjunctions -If, If and whether clause False Friends -Similar words in other languages with different meaning in English Verbs -English Verbs -Regular Verbs and Irregular Verbs -To Be -To Have -Simple Present -Present continuous -To like, To Dislike -Can and Cannot – Verbs ending in -ing -Infinitive -There is and There are -Present continuous -Simple Past -Used + Infinitive -Present Perfect -Present Perfect Continuous -Past Perfect -Past Perfect Continuous -Future -Future continuous -Future Perfect (continuous) -Will and Be going to -Imperative -Conditional -The future seen from the past -Modal Verbs -Can, Could -Be able to, allowed to -May and Might : possibility -Must and Have (got) to -Need (not), don’t need to, don’t have...

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